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2006 Com-Pac 35

  • 35 ft
  • Cruiser
  • San Diego, CA, US

Yacht price :

$110,000

Overview

2006 Com-Pac 35 Sailboat For Sale in San Diego

PRICED TO SELL!

This blue water capable 35 Com-Pac has plied the waters of the west coast since she was commissioned. She has sailed out of San Diego to San Francisco, the Sea of Cortez, Puerto Vallarta and of course Catalina Island.

 

She is very well cared for, is fairly priced and is on the market here in San Diego.

The Com-Pac 35 was designed to be shoal-draft, stable, seakindly and fast. Performance is achieved by combining generous sail plan, moderate displacement, long waterline, generous beam, high ballast / displacement-ratio and the redeeming benefits of shoal-draft Scheel Keel. Beating to windward or running before the wind, full sail or reefed, the Com-Pac 35 is responsive and swift.

 

Please Contact Ian Bossenger to schedule your tour and guarantee vessel availability. 

Ian@californiayachtsales.com

 

619 990 8501 (Texts Welcomed)

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
Com-Pac
Model:
35
Year:
2006
Category:
Sail
Condition:
Used
Location:
San Diego, CA, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Yes
Vessel Name:
La Sirena Gorda
Boat Type:
Cruiser
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Hull Type:
Monohull
Hull Color:
Navy Blue
Designer:
Flag of Registry:

Dimensions & Weight

Length:
35 ft - 10.67 meter
LOA:
36 ft 7 in - 11.15 meter
Beam:
11 ft 10 in - 3.61 meter
Draft - max:
4 ft - 1.22 meter
Bridge Clearance:
-
Dry Weight:
12500 lbs

Engine

Make:
Westerbeke
Model:
Engine(s):
1
Hours:
840
Cruise Speed:
-
Range:
-
Joystick Control:
No
Engine Type:
Inboard
Drive Type:
Direct Drive
Fuel Type:
Diesel
Horsepower:
27 (Individual), 27 (combined)
Max Speed:
-

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
30 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
75 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Holding Tank:
13 gallons - 1 tank(s)

Accommodations

Total Cabins:
2
Total Berths:
3
Total Sleeps:
5
Total Heads:
1
Captains Cabin:
No
Crew Cabins:
-
Crew Berths:
-
Crew Sleeps:
-
Crew Heads:
-

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Descriptions

Stand at the helm of performance:

Beneath your feet is a yacht whose form is born of modern technology. A yacht whose performance is achieved by the blending of hull, keel, rudder and sailplan into one totally original, harmonious design.

Beating to windward or running before the wind, full sail or reefed the Com-Pac 35 embodies the responsiveness and swiftness that you desire. Exploring the islands, offshore cruising, or Wednesday night club racing, you have the knowledge that it will do anything you ask of it.

The styling of the Com-Pac 35 is neither space age modern nor 19th century traditional. It is timeless and elegant, immune to the whims of fad or fashion. Here is a space that compels you to partake of its luxury. There is a sense of warmth and protection. Enjoy its privacy and spaciousness. Traditional materials and soft colored fabrics are combined with contemporary design. An air bright hominess results. Attention to detail is evidenced throughout. The accommodations are logical and orderly. Each element is where you would expect it to be, and of a size that makes it totally functional.

 

Designers Comments:


I was delighted when the Hutchins family asked me to design a new yacht as the latest addition to Com-Pac Yacht’s line of “Good Little Ships”.

The Com-Pac development and marketing team had few limitations beyond – it must be shoal draft, stable, sea kindly and fast enough to give good results under PHRF rules.

We knew we couldn’t go wrong relying on the tried and true Herreshoff practice of combining generous sailplan, moderate displacement, long waterline, generous beam, high ballast/displacement ratio and the redeeming benefits of shoal draft, made amazingly efficient using the famous Henry Scheel Keel configuration. The final result is the Com-Pac 35. We have presented a hull and keel combination that in conjunction with the sailplan will give the maximum performance possible without sacrificing the comfort and convenience you have come to expect from Com-Pac Yachts. A traditionally styled, shoal draft, cruising yacht? YES! A high tech, performance-oriented underbelly and sailplan, establishing if desired, a club-racing contender? YES!

The 12’ beam allows for a voluminous interior. From the aft cabin with double berth to the forward cabin with a large sea-going V-berth, every inch of the Com-Pac 35 interior has been completely thought out with the cruising sailor in mind. The interior is complete, private, comfortable, and functional. An interesting adjunct to the livability of the Com-Pac 35 is the integrating of stereo, television, video planer and microwave oven as standard equipment.

The most exciting part of this project has been the design concept. While we have maintained all the principles that have made Com-Pac a success such as, traditional styling, cruising comfort, quality construction, and competitive pricing, the new Com-Pac 35 will herald the beginning of a new concept for a Com-Pac yacht. Scheel Keel, “Euro-style” transom, hardware selection, interior layout and overall appearance are but a few of the obvious items that attest to the Hutchins Company’s desire to offer a no-nonsense, premium quality yacht that embodies all the elements necessary in today’s demanding marketplace.

I am proud to be a part of the Hutchins Company’s continuing program of design and development.

Charley Morgan

 

Galley

 

  • “L” shaped galley
  • Double stainless steel galley sink with retractable spray faucet
  • Adler Barbour Cold Machine
  • 2 burner gimbaled, Hillerrange LPG stove with oven
  • Ewave Microwave oven
  • Hot and cold water in galley

 

Electrical

 

  • 3 maintenance free AGM batteries – 1 for engine start, 2 for ship
  • Batteries NEW December 2016, ACDelco 760 CCA, 
  • "TABS" Total automatic battery system by Wells Marine Technology
  • Solar panels x2 - removed to storage
  • 2 battery switches – 1 for engine, 1 for ship
  • Xantrex Truecharge multistage 20 amp automatic battery charger
  • Master electrical panel – AC/DC with volt and amp gauges – breaker for optional electronics
  • 30 amp 115v shore power service multiple outlets – 50’ cord
  • 12v DC service for cabin lights, entertainment center, bilge pump, fresh water pressure
  • Multiple DC outlets for 12v appliances

 

Electronics and Entertainment

 

  • Autohelm 6001 w/SIG core pack
  • Furuno 1715 radar
  • Uniden UM625C color DSC VHF w TFT display
  • Uniden remote hand held VHF
  • Garmin GMI 10 (x2) displays at helm
  • Garmin GPS Map 7212 at helm w repeater at nav station
  • Jensen MSR 4050G CD player
  • Jensen 10 disc Marine CD changer
  • Jensen MP3 player
  • Sony PS3 consol
  • Samsung flat screen TV
  • Wheems and Plath ships clock
  • Wheems and Plath barometer

 

Sails, Rigging and Hardware

 

  • Harken 40.2 STC, 2 speed, self-tailing sheet winches
  • Complete Harken deck hardware
  • All sail controls – halyards, sheets, etc, led to cockpit
  • Genoa-Dacron, roller furling 135% acrylic cover
  • Mainsail – Dacron, full battened
  • ATN Storm jib 
  • 2 single line reefing systems
  • Harken roller furling for headsail
  • Custom mainsail track
  • Windex w aft extension mounted on mast head

 

Deck

 

  • Lewmar Sprint 1000 Electric windlass
  • Integrated swim platform/boarding ladder on transom
  • 4 overhead Lexan hatches with convertible screen/shades
  • 10 stainless steel opening portholes with screens
  • 2 alloy opening portholes in cockpit bulkheads with screens and shades
  • “T” cockpit with 2 seat hatches
  • Edson CD-i-geared, drag link steering system
  • Edson Diamond series command center pedestal
  • Hot and cold water stern shower
  • CQR 35# anchor w 40' chain and 200' rode
  • Heavy duty rigid rubrail with S.S. Striker
  • Stainless steel bowsprit with 2 built in anchor rollers and anchor storage capability
  • Double lifelines with side gates
  • Stainless steel double bow and stern rails
  • Transom mount boarding ladder with steps
  • 2 stainless steel deck ventilators with S.S. guard
  • Masthead anchor light
  • Midmast steaming light combination with deck light
  • Two Perco 35 watt spreader lights
  • Custom dodger w hand holds
  • Pedestal cover
  • Sail cover w logos

 

Engines

 

Total Power: 27

840 hours

 

Additional

 

  • Viking 6 person life-raft in canister 
  • Cospas-Sarsat 406 MHz distress radio beacon
  • Patented Scheel Keel for maximum performance with shoal draft
  • 3 cabin layout – foreward, salon, aft cabin
  • Double berth in each cabin
  • Hanging lockers in foreward and aft cabin
  • Aft head with separate shower
  • Navigation station with large electronics cabinet
  • “L” shaped dinette with drop leaf table
  • Large tableback dinnerware storage
  • Dinette convertible to double berth
  • Dual function switchable dome lights - Red/White
  • Three Hella Turbo fans - V berth, Salon, Aft cabin
  • Entertainment center with stereo, television, and video player
  • 4 stereo speakers – 2 main salon, 2 cockpit
  • Edson CD-i-geared, drag link steering system
  • Keel stepped mast
  • Epoxy bottomcoat and anti-fouling paint
  • Racor water separator fuel filter
  • Deluxe instrument panel with tach, water temp and volt gauge
  • Cockpit mounted fuel gauge
  • Cockpit and transom courtesy lights
  • Engine room and sail locker lights
  • Pressure water system – hot and cold water in galley, head, head shower and cockpit shower
  • 6 gallon water heater with engine heat exchanger and 115v AC operation
  • Manual and automatic electric bilge pumps

 

Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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Disclaimer: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his/her agents, or his/her surveyors, to instigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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